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approval but the regular refs will be back in time for tonight's cleveland-baltimore matchup. who is on top of the deal? "sports illustrated" managing editor. thanks so much for joining us. i love when roger goodell in the press conference, the nfl commissioner said it had nothing to do with monday night. they were so close to the deal anyway. it was right thing to do. what is your take on the deal? >> i think they would have played it out as long as they could have without completely egregious mistake of that. first three weeks of the season ref earlier eing was -- refereeing was pretty poor. they had to make a deal. melissa: if you look at the deal laid out seems like the refs really won, 173,000 next year and $205,000 i think it is two or three years from now. they didn't give a lot of concessions at all in the retirement package. still a part-time job. you think they won? >> i think they did. they got most of what they wanted. they got the nfl did get this bench of full-time referees they can go too if some referees are underperforming. what they really succeeded in what you saw was the
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